Iran police find no evidence of rape in closed jail
07-Oct-2009 (5 comments)

Iran's police chief said on Wednesday that an investigation had found no evidence that election protesters detained in a now closed detention centre had been raped as alleged by opposition groups.

"It has been proved that there was no rape in Kahrizak," the ISNA news agency quoted Esmail Ahmadi Moghaddam as saying, referring to the notorious detention centre south of Tehran.

Moghaddam acknowledged that "some offences were committed" at the jail but he did not elaborate on the details.

Three of the centre's warders and around a dozen judiciary and police personnel are awaiting trial in the case.

Shifteh Ansari

Tehran Police Chief: "no rape in Kahrizak"

by Shifteh Ansari on

Are we surprised?!



They should fully reveal

by Jana on

They should fully reveal how they came out with this judgement and how did they conduct their investigation, what kind of evidence they were looking for and where!! did they check the physicians reports of the victims? or they went for a walk around the jail cells and said no evidence here !! i doubt they even did that .. victim's can only ask God for his judgement !


No "evidence of rape"? What "evidence" made Khamenei close it?

by Anonymouse on

Everything is sacred.

Shifteh Ansari

Motekallem-e Vahdeh

by Shifteh Ansari on

Ostaad, in the absence of free press, when every voice of dissent and criticism is shut down, persecuted, and prosecuted, officials of Islamic Republic of Iran are engaged in one long monologue about their actions.  They commit atrocities and then go on babbling about how what they did never happened or how it was justified.  In their moronic and feverish monologues, over the past few weeks Sepaah commanders have admitted to a military coup in Iran.  These are feeble attempts to cover up one of the most heinous things that have happened in Iran over the past 30 years.

Khavaran had to be razed and demolished to cover up for another atrocity.  When will it end?  Since we can't deal with the situation of the "motekallem-e vahdeh" anytime soon, we should stick to "shenavandeh baayad aaghel baasheh," following the news and drawing our own conclusions.


It depend how the "sardaar" defines...

by Ostaad on

rape. I'm sure he considers what happened in Kahrizak as "enhanced interrogation techniques" (;<{|